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Igor Borojevic

Director of Product Management

Igor Borojevic is Director of Product Management at Neo Technology based in San Mateo, CA. At Neo Technology, Igor is focusing on development of enterprise features such as Security and Operability (in the cloud or on premise). He combines over 15 years of professional experience in consulting, professional services and product management. Before joining Neo, he worked at eBay as product owner for in-house machine translation service enabling cross-border commerce. Twitter: @iboroje

Latest Posts by Igor Borojevic

Learn more about deploying Neo4j on Microsoft Azure in this guide for graph databases in the cloud

How to Deploy Neo4j on Microsoft Azure, a Step-by-Step Guide [Azure Series, Part II]

In the first post of this series covering Neo4j on Microsoft Azure, we announced the availability of Neo4j in the Azure Marketplace. Today, we'll go into more detail on how to deploy Neo4j in your Azure environment. Step 1: Sign-Up for an Azure Account To deploy Neo4j in the Azure... read more

Learn more about finding Neo4j in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace & deploying it to the public cloud

Announcing Neo4j in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace [Azure Series, Part I]

We are excited to announce the availability of Neo4j in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Neo4j is a native graph database that stores data as graphs rather than in tables so you can traverse any depth of data in real time and get your queries executed in milliseconds instead of minutes (or... read more

Learn more about custom security plugins and access control for user-defined procedures in Neo4j

Custom Security Plugins & User-Defined Procedures in Neo4j Enterprise Edition [Security Series, Part 5]

When it comes to graph database security, it's essential that you have the flexibility to customize every factor of authentication and authorization for your specific deployment. After all, no architecture or organization is the same, so you need the versatility of custom security plugins to ramp... read more

Learn more about query management and security event logging in Neo4j Enterprise Edition

Query Management & Security Event Logging in Neo4j Enterprise [Security Series, Part 4]

No matter the size or scope of your graph database, it's vital to maintain secure control of your data and to keep a record of security events. Starting in Neo4j 3.1 and all future releases, users will have increased control over database query management (with particular emphasis on admin... read more

Learn more about the LDAP protocol connector for federated users with Neo4j Enterprise Edition

Using the LDAP Protocol with Neo4j Enterprise Edition [Security Series, Part 3]

Neo4j 3.1 supports the LDAP protocol, so you can integrate Neo4j with Active Directory, OpenLDAP or other LDAP-compatible authentication services. Unlike with native users, management of federated users is performed through the external LDAP service. The only aspect of user and role... read more

Learn more about native user database security and access control in Neo4j Enterprise Edition

Native User Security & Access Control in Neo4j Enterprise [Security Series, Part 2]

In Neo4j 3.1 Enterprise Edition, we introduced a new role-based access control framework for user and application access to the database. The framework enables system administrators to manage permissions and ensure that authenticated users and applications can perform only authorized actions on... read more

Learn how to implement and managed role-based access control in Neo4j Enterprise Edition

Role-Based Access Control in Neo4j Enterprise Edition [Security Series, Part 1]

Neo4j has broken new ground in database applications with the introduction of the native graph database and the dominant labeled property graph model. As Neo4j has matured, it has inevitably found its way into demanding enterprises who value security alongside the productivity benefits of the... read more

Neo4j 3.2.0-alpha01 Release

Happy holidays! We're pleased to give you a freshly packaged alpha release of Neo4j 3.2, namely Neo4j 3.2.0-alpha01, just in time for tinkering over the holiday weekend. Disclaimer: Early access releases like this one are for development and experimentation only as not all features are in their... read more